2022 has been a most eventful year for CAL. Here are some highlights from the months of September and October we like to share!
22nd September: Team CAL Bonding Day
Team CAL came together for a long-awaited bonding session after almost three years! Staff across all departments enjoyed getting to know new colleagues and reconnecting with the others Amid a day of much laughter and surprises, we were also reminded of CAL’s deep commitment to serve our caregivers through well-thought out activities.
A big thank you to our caregiver volunteer, Mr Ng Soon Kuan, who helped to capture great memories from the session, and to Vernon Leow of Vital Images for lending his time and services to capture our first staff group photo in three years!
20th October: BIG GIRLS DON’T CRY – The Internationally Acclaimed Tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons Concert
A group of CAL caregivers and staff enjoyed a delightful performance from The East Coast Boys at the internationally acclaimed musical tribute, “BIG GIRLS DON’T CRY”. Taking on the personas of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, the four performers from London’s West End charmed the enthusiastic audience with their vocals, and everyone even got on their feet with them at the end!
Attendees were invited to a pre-concert dinner to mingle and celebrate caregivers as well. We thank One Farrer Hotel for their generous sponsorship!
29th & 30th October: iFly Singapore 10th Anniversary CSR Celebration – Indoor Skydiving for CAL Caregivers and Staff
Marking the end of October was an exhilarating indoor skydiving experience sponsored by iFly Singapore! To celebrate their 10th anniversary, 100 CAL caregivers and staff were invited to experience what it feels like to ‘fly.’
Participants were tutored on the basics of skydiving before they ventured into the wind tunnel, cheering each other on. Each flyer was given a photo memory of their flight, and some of our caregivers and colleagues were interviewed to be featured on iFly’s corporate video.
We thank iFly for giving us the opportunity to interact and have fun together. In a controlled and safe environment, our caregivers and guests were able to let go of their daily anxieties for some much-needed respite.